I'm currently based out of Boulder, CO. I started out programming, took a detour to study chemistry and math, and did some biochemistry and bioinformatics research along the way. Right now I'm in a PhD program in computer science, working on algorithm development in genomics.
I'm a graduate student in Computer Science. Right now I'm at CU Boulder working with Robin Dowell.
In the lab, I'm spending time on:
- Bayesian Modeling to better understand patterns in genomic data
- Algorithm development for efficiently handling large amounts of sequencing data
- Nascent sequencing data and algorithms with a focus on integrating disparate types of data
In the past, I've worked on:
- Pipeline Development for speeding up analysis of new sequencing datsets
- Knowledge Graphs and how they can be used with graph embedding algorithms
- Applied Probability looking at noise removal in biological data
- Live Cell Imaging in the context of mammalian cells and cancer
In my free time, you can find me:
- Outside, running, hiking, and backpacking
- Tinkering with ham radio, mechanical keyboards, and other miscellaneous amateur electronics projects
- Experimenting with fermentation in the kitchen
I don't use social media. I don't have enough time or willpower to use it and remain as productive as I'd like, so I try to avoid it. I also prefer maintaining control of my own data, as much as possible.
This website used to run on Gatsby, but the complexity and bundle size were getting ridiculous for the kind of site that I wanted to run. This site currently runs on Eleventy, which is working well and seems to be much faster than Gatsby. My needs for this site are simple enough that eventually I may hack together my own static site generator instead.